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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

For all registration information or further information contact Kati Groseclose, MSW, CFLE. Henderson Hall- FAP Prevention & Education. Helen.Groseclose@usmc-mccs.org or 703-693-9146.


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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Within My Reach

September 27–28 • 8:30 am – 4:30 pm • Bldg. 12, Conference Rm.
A relationship skills and decision making program for helping individuals achieve their goals in relationships, family and marriage. Specifically tailored for those who have experienced or are currently experiencing unhealthy relationships. Class curriculum is from PREP Series; PREP for Individuals. Offered in a 2 day intensive class. Registration required.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

RACE! For Healthy Relationship Begins

October 1–30, 2017.
Get your teams together & join us in the RACE! For Healthy Relationships.


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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Coping with Work & Family Life Stress Class

Tuesday, October 3 • 2:30 – 4:00 pm • Bldg. 12, Conference Rm.
Evidenced based curriculum developed at Yale University School of Medicine; Department of Psychiatry, Division of Prevention and Community Research. Participates engage in a two part program that first focuses on teaching strategies to eliminate or modify sources of stress. With the second component focused on cognitive restructuring in order to learn to deal appropriately with those stressors which cannot be eliminated or modified. Registration required.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Anger Management Workshop

Wednesday, October 4 • 9:30 – 11:30 am • CBIRF.
Evidenced based curriculum from Century Anger Management that provides participants a structured environment to discover the source of their anger and learn new strategies for dealing with anger. Topics covered throughout the course include: learning to empathize, healthy coping strategies, stress management, conflict resolution, discovering the underlying causes of anger, adjusting expectations, learning how to take time-outs, self-talk and forgiveness. Registration Required.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Coping with Work & Family Life Stress Class

Thursday, October 5 • 2:30 – 4:00 pm • Bldg. 12, Conference Rm.
Evidenced based curriculum developed at Yale University School of Medicine; Department of Psychiatry, Division of Prevention and Community Research. Participates engage in a two part program that first focuses on teaching strategies to eliminate or modify sources of stress. With the second component focused on cognitive restructuring in order to learn to deal appropriately with those stressors which cannot be eliminated or modified. Registration required.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

How to Avoid Falling for a Jerk/Jerkette

Thursday, October 5 • 5:00 – 8:00 pm • HH Rec Center.
Single Marines join us for Dinner in the Barracks, provided by SMP for talk on how to pick the right partner! We’ll discuss red flags in relationships, what it takes to identify future relationship goals and safe dating practices with modern day technology.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Coping with Work & Family Life Stress Class

Tuesday, October 10 • 2:30 – 4:00 pm • Bldg. 12, Conference Rm.
Evidenced based curriculum developed at Yale University School of Medicine; Department of Psychiatry, Division of Prevention and Community Research. Participates engage in a two part program that first focuses on teaching strategies to eliminate or modify sources of stress. With the second component focused on cognitive restructuring in order to learn to deal appropriately with those stressors which cannot be eliminated or modified. Registration required.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

DVAM Outreach Table

Wednesday, October 11 • 6:45 am • Smith Gym, Henderson Hall.
Come see us! Semper Fit Run Outreach Table. Be sure to check out one of our many outreach tables throughout the month for healthy relationship resources and materials.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Anger Management Workshop

Wednesday, October 11 • 9:30 – 11:30 am • CBIRF.
Evidenced based curriculum from Century Anger Management that provides participants a structured environment to discover the source of their anger and learn new strategies for dealing with anger. Topics covered throughout the course include: learning to empathize, healthy coping strategies, stress management, conflict resolution, discovering the underlying causes of anger, adjusting expectations, learning how to take time-outs, self-talk and forgiveness. Registration Required.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Women's Support Group

Wednesday, October 11 • 10:00 – 11:00 am • CBIRF.
Women’s Support Group: The goal of Women’s Support Group is to foster a positive and comfortable environment where women can learn, connect, and socialize while gaining useful information and resources. Women’s Support Group educates and empowers women, with the skills and confidence necessary to pursue, create a healthy lifestyle, and gain confidence for themselves and their children. Registration Required.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

DVAM Flag Football Game

Thursday, October 12 • 7:00 am • PT Field, Henderson Hall.
2nd Annual H&S Bn. DVAM Flag Football Game.
The Marines and Sailors of H&S Bn. will compete in a friendly game of flag football in recognition of DVAM and healthy relationships. Just as a team has to work together to win the game; couples have to work together to keep their relationship strong. Join us at the PT field outside of the Smith Gym to cheer on your favorite team.

Dr. Najah Barton

Why Does It Matter? The Impact of Domestic Violence on the Military Family

Wednesday, October 12 • 10:00 am • Joe Rosenthal Theater, Henderson Hall.


Guest Speaker: Dr. Najah Barton. Dr. Barton will be giving a dynamic presentation on the faces of domestic violence and the importance of cultivating healthy relationships.


Dr. Najah Barton is a nationally-credentialed advocate under the National Advocate Program, National Organization for Victim Assistance. She currently the Supervisory Victims Coordinator for the United States Parole Commission, Department of Justice. A combination of her military and civilian service, Dr. Barton has worked in the human services for over 11 years. She is a Marine Corps veteran with service time including one overseas tour in Afghanistan.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Coping with Work & Family Life Stress Class

Wednesday, October 12 • 2:30 – 4:00 pm • Bldg. 12, Conference Rm.
Evidenced based curriculum developed at Yale University School of Medicine; Department of Psychiatry, Division of Prevention and Community Research. Participates engage in a two part program that first focuses on teaching strategies to eliminate or modify sources of stress. With the second component focused on cognitive restructuring in order to learn to deal appropriately with those stressors which cannot be eliminated or modified. Registration required.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

TOUGH Couples Challenge

Tuesday, October 17 • 10:00 am – 12:00 pm • CBIRF.
Indian Head Football Field (alternate rain location: Gym).


Do you and your partner have what it takes?? Test your strength and build new skills at the TOUGH Couples Challenge!


In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month and to promote healthy relationships through interactive activities and education; Marines, Sailors and their partners aboard CBRIF will compete in mental and physical challenges that encourage healthy relationship building skills. Top 3 couples will receive a prize pack from MCCS-Henderson Hall.


Be sure to check out our outreach and resource table during the event & hang around for lunch after the event!


Lunch provided for all participants and their family members. Please NOTE: NO CHILDCARE SERVICES WILL BE AVAILABLE. Your children are welcome and encouraged to attend! Please ensure ADULT supervision is provided to your children at all times.


Open ONLY to Marines, Sailors and their partners attached to CBIRF!
Cammies, PT Gear or Gym Workout attire encouraged.


POC's for more information: Kati Groseclose, MSW, CFLE MCCS-Henderson Hall FAP, 703-693-9146 or Helen.Groseclose@usmc-mccs.org or LT (Chaplain) David Ferguson, CBIRF Chaplain 301-744-2017 or david.m.ferguson@usmc.mil.


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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Coping with Work & Family Life Stress Class

Tuesday, October 17 • 2:30 – 4:00 pm • Bldg. 12, Conference Rm.
Evidenced based curriculum developed at Yale University School of Medicine; Department of Psychiatry, Division of Prevention and Community Research. Participates engage in a two part program that first focuses on teaching strategies to eliminate or modify sources of stress. With the second component focused on cognitive restructuring in order to learn to deal appropriately with those stressors which cannot be eliminated or modified. Registration required.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Anger Management Workshop

Wednesday, October 18 • 9:30 – 11:30 am • CBIRF.
Evidenced based curriculum from Century Anger Management that provides participants a structured environment to discover the source of their anger and learn new strategies for dealing with anger. Topics covered throughout the course include: learning to empathize, healthy coping strategies, stress management, conflict resolution, discovering the underlying causes of anger, adjusting expectations, learning how to take time-outs, self-talk and forgiveness. Registration Required.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Coping with Work & Family Life Stress Class

Thursday, October 19 • 2:30 – 4:00 pm • Bldg. 12, Conference Rm.
Evidenced based curriculum developed at Yale University School of Medicine; Department of Psychiatry, Division of Prevention and Community Research. Participates engage in a two part program that first focuses on teaching strategies to eliminate or modify sources of stress. With the second component focused on cognitive restructuring in order to learn to deal appropriately with those stressors which cannot be eliminated or modified. Registration required.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Baby Boot Camp

Friday, October 20 • 8:30 am – 2:30 pm • Bldg. 12, Conference Rm.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Coping with Work & Family Life Stress Class

Tuesday, October 24 • 2:30 – 4:00 pm • Bldg. 12, Conference Rm.
Evidenced based curriculum developed at Yale University School of Medicine; Department of Psychiatry, Division of Prevention and Community Research. Participates engage in a two part program that first focuses on teaching strategies to eliminate or modify sources of stress. With the second component focused on cognitive restructuring in order to learn to deal appropriately with those stressors which cannot be eliminated or modified. Registration required.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Anger Management Workshop

Wednesday, October 25 • 9:30 – 11:30 am • CBIRF.
Evidenced based curriculum from Century Anger Management that provides participants a structured environment to discover the source of their anger and learn new strategies for dealing with anger. Topics covered throughout the course include: learning to empathize, healthy coping strategies, stress management, conflict resolution, discovering the underlying causes of anger, adjusting expectations, learning how to take time-outs, self-talk and forgiveness. Registration Required.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Women's Support Group

Wednesday, October 25 • 10:00 – 11:00 am • CBIRF.
Women’s Support Group: The goal of Women’s Support Group is to foster a positive and comfortable environment where women can learn, connect, and socialize while gaining useful information and resources. Women’s Support Group educates and empowers women, with the skills and confidence necessary to pursue, create a healthy lifestyle, and gain confidence for themselves and their children. Registration Required.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Coping with Work & Family Life Stress Class

Thursday, October 26 • 2:30 – 4:00 pm • Bldg. 12, Conference Rm.
Evidenced based curriculum developed at Yale University School of Medicine; Department of Psychiatry, Division of Prevention and Community Research. Participates engage in a two part program that first focuses on teaching strategies to eliminate or modify sources of stress. With the second component focused on cognitive restructuring in order to learn to deal appropriately with those stressors which cannot be eliminated or modified. Registration required.



For all registration information or further information contact Kati Groseclose, MSW, CFLE. Henderson Hall- FAP Prevention & Education. Helen.Groseclose@usmc-mccs.org or 703-693-9146.


Theme for the Month:
• OSD: Do You Know the Signs? Learn the warning signs for abuse.
  Talk to us. Help is available.
• Local NCR Focus: Healthy Relationships; Healthy Families; Healthy Communities.